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A site mainly geared to upper grades or middle school but very useful for early undergraduate classes, too. Provides... see more

What plagiarism is--the different types. Examples of sources used incorrectly and then used correctly.

The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco (FAMSF) is the City's largest public arts institution. Comprised of the M.H. de... see more

August 2016, The link has been corrected. This site is not intended to provide research and testing on learning styles.... see more

August 2016 - This link was updated. How do you assign different roles for students to play in an online discussion?

A resource to support students and staff learn about collaboration and group work and how it can be assessed. Key words:... see more

Hosted at San Jose State University (CA) and created by Kathleen Cohen, this world art website features a collection of... see more

This tutorial explores annotations and abstracts, providing definitions, identifying elements to include, and discussing... see more

Ayudantía de estrategias de aprendizaje: ESTUDIAPRENDER, con las siguientes unidades: 1. Resolviendo problemas 2.... see more

Ars Regendi is a nation building and government simulation game where the players can rule an own state, which is... see more

A site mainly geared to upper grades or middle school but very useful for early undergraduate classes, too. Provides... see more

CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture: A WWWeb Journal (ISSN 1481-4374) is at present the only refereed online... see more

Gapminder is the creation of Swedish academic Hans Rosling. The site contains a growing collection of resources useful to... see more

In critical thinking courses and business courses, students are asked to think outside of the box and to challenge their... see more

Distance Learning course on the relationship between media and culture. Developed and first offered in Fall of 1999.... see more

A multi-media presentation of three key Medieval thinkers, Anselm, Aquinas, and Roger Bacon.

NAEYC (National Association for the Education of Young Children), is an organization that helps professionals who work... see more

This is an extensive and important portal site for medieval studies. It lists sites under the following headings:... see more

The Excelsior College OWL is a free, comprehensive writing resource offering multimedia support. The OWL covers topics... see more

TagGalaxy is a Flickr photo browser that uses planets as a conceptual framework. Type in a tag that interests you and... see more

This is a companion web site to the award-winning twenty-four episode documentary that appeared on television in 1998.... see more

A learning object that explores the Russian Revolution of 1917.

Voki is a tool used to create avatar animations that are embeddable into your Learning Management System. Use it to read... see more

An interactive model of the communication process, based on the Shannon-Weaver components of communication. Requires... see more